Sublime Sea Symposium: Rapture or Reality?

Tallis Pavillion, Beleura House & Garden
1 Waratah Ave , Mornington, VIC 3931
Mornington
VIC
3931
Sat,Feb08,2020,9:30AM
Sat,Feb08,2020,4:30PM
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Description

Saturday 8 February, 10am–4.30pm

Cost M $70 G $80

Includes exhibition entry, morning tea, lunch with a glass of wine and mini bus transfer to Beleura House & Garden from MPRG.

Venue: Beleura House & Garden, Mornington.

Park at MPRG for optional exhibition viewing (from 9.30am) prior to mini bus transfer to Beleura commencing at 10am.

Please note, the buses will not be picking up from the Mornington Golf Course (as per Beleura's usual practice)

Numbers limited, bookings essential.

Speakers include:

- Professor Emeritus Iain McCalman, AO, FAHA, FASSA, University of Sydney, former Co-Director of the Sydney Environment Institute
 - Dr Ted Gott, Chevalier, Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, Senior Curator, National Gallery of Victoria
 - Associate Professor Alison Inglis, Art History and Curatorship, University of Melbourne
 - Dr Tim O’Hara, Senior Curator of Marine Zoology, Museum Victoria
 - Dr Vivien Gaston, Curator of Sublime Sea, Honorary Fellow, University of Melbourne

 Immerse yourself in a day of informative and lively debate about art, the ocean and the sublime in the grounds of the historic villa Beleura. Well known art historians, social scientists, writers and scientists will discuss how art has shaped our interpretation of the sea. 

Image: 

J. PINTARD (publisher) and Charles LETAILLE (scripts and lithographs), 
J. PINTARD b. New York, USA 1759; d. 1844
Charles LETAILLE b. Paris, France 1815; d. 1908
French toy theatre La Pleine Mer, Scenes Maritimes en Action 1836
hand coloured lithographs, paper and cardboard
44.0 x 78.0 x 33.0 cm theatre assembled, 49.0 x 34.5 cm folio closed
Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences, Sydney
Purchased with funds donated by the Patrons of the Powerhouse, 1985

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